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space sector. where do we go with the capabilities? mars is the goal. with the right technology, sls and o'ryan will be able to enable a wide range of human missions and destinations which describe going back to the authorization bill include, quote, the surface of the moon and near earth asteroids, end of quote. two weeks ago, nasa announced the plan to capture a small asteroid and redirect it to a stable orbit around the moon, and the concept is still studied, but if nasa can find a suitable asteroid and redirect it, we can sustain a 2021sls o'ryan flight. we'll hear about that today. research is also underway to better prepare astronauts for the dangers of the lower earth orbit. the hometown of this subcommittee's ranking member, senator cruz, houses nasa's human research program. there's a national physical in the johnson space center. nasa is going to continue to learn about the effects of microgravity on the body when an american and a russian start to have a one-year stay on the international space station. we learn about the effects of 0g and bone loss as a result of 0g. we'r
] >> thank you, senator cruz. to me it's not either or. when you develop the sls and orion, you in the support structure for this in the control center at houston, you developed a capability. and asteroid mission is a mission. it is not -- most of the studies that i participated in in what we now have learned from the russians, what they're looking at a long-term plan, their final goal is at least an expedition to mars. but from that you learn on the moon. i headed this group for nearly a year to study that. there's a whole book on it, and what we learned from that, the operational procedures and the hardware it takes to do this. there's a reason, you know, a lot of reasons. as i started out the charge ahead for vice president quayle and president bush senior was to give them the technology and the architectures of how we do it. approximately four months into the studies it became obvious to us that we should say not only how do you do this, but why do you do this. why do you go back to the moon? back then we had a steering group. we have been to the moon, why don't we just go t
will apply for work at ugett's firm. sl after a day and a half of driver, we pull over. i am not allowed to be onhand for security reasons, but we will meet up again. i wonder if you can drive a truck in these. it is a reunion of female truck divers. all of them drive long-haul semitrucks. >> ugett asks if her black dress will look good in the photograph. they meet to discuss issues, and of course to party. >> she founded this company 20 years ago. back then female druggers were few and far between. now she is 67 years old. france's oldest working truck driver. she spent her entire adult life on the road. >> i have done it all, she says. express deliveries, regional deliveries, domestic and international. but i like long hauls the most. i have absolutely nothing against being on the road for a week or even 15 days. >> the association membership compluzz women from ages 25 to 67. each has her own story of how she ended up behind the wheel. isabelle shows off her volvo. she specializes in transporting dangerous materials. her home is in the arsess region. she tells me by age 13 she had a c
:15 a construction crew digging in the area cut through the 1 1 sl. 4 pipe. >>> at this hour, dozens of workers are involved in a massive clean up effort of a homeless encampment in east san jose. we've been following this for you since our morning news. janine de la vega has more. >> reporter: the homeless are using this dirt access road to drive their rvs and cars down this road to get down to the creek bed and set up camp. there are bags of trash piling up but that's nothing compared to what we saw beyond those bushes. the stench of trash and urine filled the air. workers filled their bags with belongings the homeless left behind. some constructed makeshift houses have been deckate rated -- decorated, some televisions were brought in. >> some people use generators. some lap into the city lights. [laughter] >> reporter: we found fire pits, propane tanks and a restroom structure. the city knew the environment was being impacted drastically. they realize this is a short- term solution but are working on funding more programs and more affordable house. >> we live in a beautiful community. the we
suspect description. >> also, tonight, the family of a s&l jose paramedic shot and killed in oakland hills can reaching out. boyer was shot on tuesday and died yesterday afternoon. boyer grew up in oakland and just been accepted in the physician's assistant program. he's survived by his wife and family who released this statement today saying quinn's passing leaves a gash in our hearts that will never heal. we ask for your support and prapers and your respected for our privacy during this difficult time. >>> fellow paramedics describable boyer as being extremely well-liked. police have not yet released any possible motive or any description of the suspect. >>> san francisco police are still looking for a man who stole a taxi cab overnight and led them on a wild chase down the peninsula. take a look. here's the video. police say the thieves jumped into this cab near the san francisco state campus. the kabl driver left the engine running. the car thief led officers down to pacifica and then back to san francisco state where he eventually hit a parked car and ran away on foot. detectives hope
visit and study the 2021 sls orion a flight. we are going to hear about that today. research is also underway to better prepare astronauts for the dangers of exploration, beyond low earth orbit. the johnson space center in texas, the hometown of this subcommittee's ranking member, senator cruise, houses nasa's human research program. many who have traveled into space participate in an annual physical at the johnson space center. nasa is going to continue to learn about the effect of microgravity on the body. when an american and a russian start their one-year stay on board the international space station. we are learning a lot about the effects of zero g and bone loss as a result of zero g. all of theg to learn effects that we possibly can on radiation on the human body and how to protect us when we are going all the way to mars. and what are the kinds of shields that we have to have in case there is a solar explosion on the way? those limits, if we are on a moon base, what do we have to protect human life? so nasa's exploration efforts are strong and they are well underway. and ther
are expected for your tuesday 40l1sl0 and 50s and we have some mid-level clouds and patchy clouds around the bay itself so watch out for an increase in some of the coverage over the next three hours. we can see a few high clouds developing offshore but as i mentioned it is dry and there is is system developing offshore as we kick or timeline into a thursday. rain is expected for the coastal hill and here is our forecast model after some patchy fog. notice wednesday we gradually thicken up the osama bin laden cover and notice no -- cloud cover and notice no rain drops and we have a big band of rain and this is eventually on track for the sierra and rain and snow is expected out towards the sierra and we are dropping snow levels by wednesday and thursday night. as i mentioned it is dry b 7:00 and fair skies at 4:00 and temperatures ranging from the 60s all the way to the lower 70s. some warmer locations towards fairfield, and brentwood and antioch, lower 60s and lower 70s for morgan hill and gilroy. looking ahead at your forecast, rain clouds especially for the morning hours and we will h
so excited that the sls would be here that we decided this weekend to also require the americas cup to celebrate -- to require the san francisco giants to have a play off game, the 49ers to play this weekend, the blue grass festival to be here, the parade, as well as the castro sea fair to coincide and welcome you in style. but i wanted to say a few words about the one thing that keeps me up as the head of the legislative body here in san francisco. the reason why i sit with many of our first responders on our city's disaster council, the reason why a few years ago chief white and i led almost a half a billion dollar bond campaign to rebuild the water, fire, and police infrastructure. about every six months i literally wake up in the middle of the night thinking about what would happen if a disaster struck our city. and i think about this and i think i have these nightmares really for three reasons. one, everyone who lives in san francisco knows that in 1906 we were hit not just by an earthquake, but by an earthquake that led to a fire that burned down literally every single neighbo
? >> to me, my aha moment was last year. it was my first experience with the sls. it was the second one that we had conducted. so, there was some skill -- you know, the honeymoon, so to speak, wasn't quite over yet. and, so, we were still getting to know each other. and the biggest lesson learned for myself in talking with my civilian counterparts from both federal, state, and local agencies was the understanding and appreciation on their part that those of us in the military uniform were not showing up to be large and in charge, but that we were showing up to be supporting of their supported mission. so, that was kind of an eye opener to me, that that understanding wasn't there, you know, readily apparent. and, so, i think it served each and every one of us well and will continue to do that, to understand that that is exactly what the u.s. military is doing when we respond to a disaster. we are there to support. we are supporting and not the supported commander. >> i think one of the things that was a revelation this year, as we've had a chance to do more, i think there is a discovery
as google, microsoft and ibm report earnings. we'll look at the winners and the losers. >>> stockside sl again. mixed earnings and a bch economic numbers that missed projections drag down the major indexes. >> china's chief labor --well at lea that was the but as costs rise,re u.smaurerst pulling out? all that and more tonight on the "nightly business report" for this thursday, april the 18th. good evening, everybody, and welcome. i'm bill griffeth in this week for tyler mathisen. suzy, it's clear that technology is going to set the tone for tomorrow, don't you think? >> three big tech names in the news tonight, google, microsoft and ibm. three huge technology companies all reporting latest quarterly earnings after the bell tonight with mixed results. the results are important given new concerns about slowing global economic growth. and a sharp decline in the sales of personal computers this year. the report set up a flurry of activity in after-hours trading as the direction of all three companies will impact countless other tech suppliers and component makers on friday. and since ibm is
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was back in 1980 when the chicago white suvl1sl0 socks played -- white sox played milwaukee. white sox won just incase were you wondering and coming up, there was a game that had more innings and we will tell you what it was. i am tara moriarty, ktvu channel 2 morning news. >> that is so wild, the a's won. >> time now 5:07 sal, you love baseball and would you have stayed, wouldn't you? >> i would have stayed but i would my two cups of coffee in each hand. incase you are just joining us, traffic is off to a start and we will look at 880 westbound as you head out to the mcarthur maze, no major problems when you get to the toll plaza and when you get there, you will notice there are no major lane obstructions on the span. also northbound 280, that traffic looks good getting up to highway 17. at 5:07 let's go to steve. >>> in your younger days you would have stayed. >> a little cooler today and just -- i mean hot, temperatures are just 80s, 90s and today is that in between day, some patchy fog, but all attention goes for the red flag warning, and north and east bay should take the bulk of it.
of companies are paying to know what you sl d do on the internet. but as kpix 5 consumerwatch reporter julie watts explains, thakes on ent's toyi practice. >>> reporter: whether it's a vacation by the sea or just a p something on the internet and cnet's seth rosenblatt says it will probably come back to haunt you. >> the website broadcasts where you have been and what you're looking at. >> reporter: along with where you're located and your ip address. it's information tracking firms and ad agencies eagerly buy and immediately put to use. >> they use that information to determine what kinds of ads to show you next. >> reporter: that's why you may have noticed once you look at a product online, ads for the items follow you around the internet for days. >> kind of creepiy. >> reporter: but this privacy researcher warns there is a more serious consequence. >> there are data brokers that partner with companies that collect a lot more information about you than you may realize. >> reporter: like very personal online research, like searches for medication or illnesses. yesterday, the federal trade
looks good. here is mark tamayo. >>> raindrops are expected for your tuesday 40l1sl0 and 50s and we have some mid-level clouds and patchy clouds around the bay itself so watch out for an increase in some of the coverage over the next three hours. we can see a few high clouds developing offshore but as i mentioned it is dry and there is is system developing offshore as we kick or timeline into a thursday. rain is expected for the coastal hill and here is our forecast model after some patchy fog. notice wednesday we gradually thicken up the osama bin laden cover and notice no -- cloud cover and notice no rain drops and we have a big band of rain and this is eventually on track for the sierra and rain and snow is expected out towards the sierra and we are dropping snow levels by wednesday and thursday night. as i mentioned it is dry b 7:00 and fair skies at 4:00 and temperatures ranging from the 60s all the way to the lower 70s. some warmer locations towards fairfield, and brentwood and antioch, lower 60s and lower 70s for morgan hill and gilroy. l
. and from the s&l funding into late-night host of the tonight's show, the deal with jimmy fallon points of the most coveted chair and late-night comedy. "countdown to the closing bell" starts right now. ♪ liz: no records today. hi, everybody. i'm liz claman. it is the last hour of trading. if there is any record it is as of yet. both entities under pressure. look at all the rest of the dow jones industrials with just five names moving to the upside, walmart was traveling the line and is now down 1 penny. very tough day for equities. what started it? the latest jobs numbers started the pity party. the sector according to adp, adding 158,000 jobs last month which happens to be below the estimate of 200,000. gold, interestingly enough complimented for the second day in a row. at one time down more than $60 over the past two sessions, right now down about 19. now sitting at an 9-month low. what is weird is you would have expected it to start something up after work began to happen regarding north korea and the last couple of hours. tensions with north korea appeared to be escalating. just
not sell the device. >>> pressure to cut costs forces banks to close thousands of branches. s&l financial said u.s. banks closed more than 2,000 branch last year. a-list partners, a consumer firm expects banks to close, 13,000, yes, 13,000 more branches over next 10 years. >>> volkswagen planning to hire 50,000 workers worldwide over next five years. the german automaker is boosting its headcount to become the world's largest carmaker. >>> boston market expanding a new meat into its menu. they will make ribs, hoping to get new customers into the restaurant. that is ribs. not the mc rib. david: i'm going. they got me. liz: sunday night dinners. david: they are calling this yield's final frontier. a new market is brewing offering big payouts for income-thirsty investors like you and me, with yields, yields starting at 8%, going into double digits. here to tell us about these investments and exactly how to play them, len tannenbaum, friend from fifth street finance. great to see you, len. >> always a pleasure. talk about the perfect instrument. at a time when folks out there are dying for, p
questions. >>> all of your questions. >>> let's go to julie. it's been a busy. >> reporter: it has and let'sl' start with good news, that's the bwi parkway. earlier crash that we showed you before the exit to the powder po mill road have cleared. lanes are open, but unfortunately northbound traffic is still quite slow leaving thee capital beltway headed northbound, heading in towardwad laurel. we are starting to see a delay y leaving toward powder mill.r all of the lanes are open asas well. if you have a flight from bwi bi the better bet is to check i-955 and use that as an alternate an route. let's check on the cameras whate else we have on the roads this r morning. we have our hands full, that ist where we had the fire alarm alam along route 7 that is tying up p the left side of the road. road eastbound lanes are open, eastbound 66, the pace quite qu slow leaving manassas and as aa you travel to 50 and 123. 123. no accidents to report between e annandale and maryfield. we will continue with the our cameras, show what you iss, s happening on theho eastbound sie of 66. 66. that backup from th
laitions to dirk. the university of al sl going to the white house today. they won the bcs by beating notre dame in january. they were supposed to do this last month but we had the big b snow storm so it got backed up. >> was it storm we had or didn't have. >> the march one. is that the one we had? >> the one that was predicted pe that can't dom.t do >> is he still in the corner for that? [laughter] >> they didn't come up for thehe first time. they are visiting with president obama today. always nice to see that for thee kids to come up here. we have one d.c. guy on thehe alabama team, too. cool for him to meet the president. congratulations to alabama. it's what happens when youons , to the victors go the spoils. >> that's right. very good. thank you, sir. >> coming up, as the united kingdom prepares to bury former prime minister margaret thatcher, a music campaign celebrating her death making headlines.head why some are taking pleasure inn her passing. >> it's 9:16. stay tuned for more news and a your forecast is coming up fromm tucker in a little bit. we'll be back.  >
are a dood sl more than a decade ago. so it's not a sudden snub. and moreover, we said, look, is this an anti-christian thing? nope, it's not. google does not usually celebrate any religious holidays no matter the flavor. even around christmas time they leave religion out of the deals. >>> it's been 606 days since the u.s. lot of its top credit rating. what we going to get it back? wall street talked in an article this weekend by david stockman. markets are in a bubble and we should be very afraid. america will diz send into an era of zero sum austerity and var lent political conflict. >>> now we have breaking news. cnn is learning new details about the murder of texas district attorney mike mcleland and his wife cynthia. they were found dead over the weekend. the murders came almost two months to the day after his assistant was gunned down. we have a reporter in kaufman following the story. what are the new details tonight? >> reporter: well, these are a few details that are emerging from a search warrant affidavit filed here in kaufman county late this afternoon. what is interesting is that
that and then as chuck hague sl saying, they have nuclear weapons. they have delivery devices but they don't have the combination of thou deliver the two by at least large distances. and that's why in many ways this is the usual bluster coming from north korea. the last time they engaged in this was in 1994. when it got this heated, this head rot, people in north korea and south korea actually thought they were on the verge of war. and they were able to get concessions as a result of the threats they nad 1994. the difference now is they have nuclear weapons. and it is always dangerous on the korean peninsula. but it goes back to why the administration needs to be measured about this. the rhetoric, their words should be in some ways nonchalant. i think it was a mistake when jay carney talked about not seeing military maneuvers from south korea. the white house should not brief -- from north korea, i'm sorry. they should not brief about north korea's military moves. it raises the temperature too much. they should let the pentagon brief about that and then the pentagon is the place to look for the r
'll look at the winners and the losers. >>> stockside sl again. mixed earnings and a bch economic numbers that missed projections drag down the major indexes. >> china's chief labor
people. but the threat is coming from the muslim community. yesterday tom friedman who is serum sl no conservative said we must ask a question only muslims can answer, what is going on in your community that a critical number of your youth believes that every american military action in the middle east justify as violent response? it's coming from the community. >> what would you say to congressman king? >> i would say to congressman king that the shared diversity of the muslim community and the lack of understanding of that diversity is what produced some of the failed outreach efforts and understanding of what's going on in the community over the last decade. and i would tell him that actually the muslim community, if approached and engaged the right way would be the first line of defense against terrorism. and i would caution here that it's very important to be able to discuss these problems without getting bogged down into pc culture. but that at the same time we have to be very careful about the tone and the language that we use. because the last time across the world leaders
packed with camp's texas-size wood carvings. >> bosworth: ts is a sixshoo'sl. and this turns, you know. i've carved it with various details. >> safer: there's also the pistol that doubles as a bar. you've got lots of tequila. >> bosworth: yeah, lots of tequila. >> safer: a few blocks away, painter ann marie nafziger is hard at work, an ohio native who moved here from portland, oregon. your first trip to marfa, what did you make of the place? >> nafziger: i was astounded by the landscape coming in, the land and the light. it's an incredible place to look at as a painter. i love living here. >> maryam amiryani: with the elvis... >> safer: maryam amiryani paints still lifes and cultural icons. she was born in iran, traveled the world, and wound up in marfa. >> amiryani: my husband and i wanted to move somewhere to live a simple life close to nature, to paint more. >> safer: what did this place have that others might not have had? >> amiryani: it just seemed a bit more... more extreme, and that... that appealed to us. ( laughs ) >> ♪ welcome to west texas. >> safer: if you want extreme, try
. the women's basketball team is in the final four for the first time ever. >>> >> no. cal makes history sl. >> they sure did. they made history with the victory over georgia on monday night. the bears will now play lieuvyville in the national semifinals sunday at new orleans arena. the cal pearce are stirring up plenty of excitement also at campus. >> we had a lot of people come in today and ask the shirts. we had to turn them down because we don't have any right now. >> one fan in the white house is surprise -- is not surprised. president obama predicted that. >> yes. >>> eight minutes before 8:00. new information about february's damaging water main break in san francisco. the previous work under investigation that may be linked to the rupture. >>> a new report millions of californians face in the risk of major flooded. >>> 7.5 million californians live in places that face flooding. a report says it could cost $100 billion to protect the state's endangered infrastructure. that's ten times more than the state has to shore up aging dams an levees. 800 flood prevention projects have been i
sl. >> they sure did. they made history with the victory over georgia on monday night. the bears will now play lieuvyville in the national semifinals sunday at new orleans arena. the cal pearce are stirring up plenty of excitement also at campus. >> we had a lot of people come in today and ask the shirts. we had to turn them down because we don't have any right now. >> one fan in the white house is surprise -- is not surprised. president obama predicted that. >> yes. >>> eight minutes before 8:00. new information about february's damaging water main break in san francisco. the previous work under investigation that may be linked to the rupture. >>> a new report millions of californians face in the risk of major flooded. >>> 7.5 million californians live in places that face flooding. a report says it could cost $100 billion to protect the state's endangered infrastructure. that's ten times more than the state has to shore up aging dams an levees. 800 flood prevention projects have been identified. but the experts say even those would not pr
of this district. on the other level, you still sl cannot have your vote in the the senate and voter in the con con grerks ancongress, and voters ie district do not have equal vote to those that are afforded in the nation's capital.capital. it's the finish to emancipationc >> and councilman orange, speakk more to that. that. where do things stand. things are busy in congress andd capitol hill. where do things stand with the e attempt of d.c. toward state hood. >> we think that it will be aa big step in the right direction to achieving voting right and ultimately statehood.d. we have a lot of momentum. mome we are moving forward.forwd. we are thankful that president d obama has put the license plates on taxation withoutthout representation, he is supporting oughautonomy for the i districtf columbia. we need to have two senators and a representative in congress cos that have the power to vote. >> councilman vincent orange and reverend al sharpton, thank youu for taking the time to talk with us today. >> thank you. >> tony. >> it's time for our facebook fan of the day. today we say hello to christina.
is cancelling the realities are blocked wild after the s&l debt of one of a start. 21 year-old shame gandee at his all cool and a friend were found dead earlier this month of carbon monoxide poisoning. it was stuck in the s u b in a mud pit with its tailpipes emerged. he became gdee the by his fans, was a brick out storm buchwald. with all his young friend to join their wild, country lifestyle in west virginia. >> san francisco export- orienteexploratiorium is set to reopen its brand new location one week from today. the children's sizes it was located at the palace of fine art for 43 years. when opens at pier 15 next week it will have 150 new exhibits, and all glass observatory of waterfront view of the san francisco bay. tickets will cost to buy dollars for adults and 19 out for kids. susan singers. children under 5 get in free. it looks drive for the next seven days. today is the warmest day of the next seven. thank you for joining us on the kron 4 morning news. we will be back tomorrow starting at 4:00 a.m.. dr. phil coming back tomorrow starting at 4look at them kids. coming [ sigh ] t
and thed isness w the sl for americans who stand on the side lines and cheer on the runners is profound. the issue of bus is gun safety. it comes before us because 20 beautiful first graders were massacred at their grade school at sandy hook in the town of newtown, connecticut. and six of their teachers and administrators literally gave their lives in defense of those children. there's not a parent or grandparent alive who didn't identify with that horrible loss. last week i met with a group of parents from sandy hook elementary school who in their continuing grief still had the courage to come to congress and to beg us to do something, to spare future families and future children from this type of massacre. i met with them early in the morning. there wasn't a dry eye in the room, as you can imagine. as they showed me the photographs of their beautiful little children who were gone. i commend him for their courage for stepping forward. now the question is whether the senate has the courage to step forward. this isn't an easy vote. i come from a pretty diverse statement i comstate. i com
, senator. i request of the office of general counsel sl as the secretary of the air force was given to me that one request was to give thoughts on recommendations on how the police section 60 should be amended. they accepted those recommendations. we are now moving forward working with our council to draft legislation to ask the congress to look out. >> is not exactly were were. recommendations that will get back and asked them. >> if you could prevent them, i would appreciate it. i want to turn now to an area very important to national security come is summer program. you and i have talked to various points and i believe the president's budget is building in the cisco you're going forward in the next. i assume you share his view submarines are more important than ever to the strategic security. >> yes, i do. >> on another issue that's not been covered, if you could bring us up to date as your reviews regarding an essential platform for air superiority. >> you know the background and the issues, so i won't traverse that to that territory. i met with the director of the program two weeks a
. we have denting and sls. they're also going to develop new casino resorts. will the demand be able to absorb the supply? susquehanna ran some figures as to what it could mean to you moving forward, that excess supply. they say it could cost you $1.60 a share in equity value. that's 11% downside to their price target of $15. what would you say to that analysis? >> well, as an ex-analyst i'd have to say that's flawed. and the answer is that the billions of dollars that have already been invested here in las vegas by ourselves an our competitors, that's the foundation of growth here. you won't see a lot of new capacity. the two properties you've mentioned is just a very small number of rooms relative to the room base that's already here. we're not going to build a new resort. neither will winn. neither will venetian. neither will caesar's. you won't see large supply growth like you did in the '80s, '90s and earlier part of this century. so i think that the capital investments we're making -- for example, opening up exirsing resorts like new york new york and monte carlo, building a pa
and police think he might have been in one particular area but haven't found them yet. >> the ung sl being interviewed right now on television saying we're shocked and calling the bombings an atrocity. and this situation is so fluid, as they say that they don't know -- we were all focused on this one house thinking this was coming to a conclusion at any moment. >> yeah, and police sort of laid off a little bit -- well actually for most of the hours last night. there was this 20-block area and then come dawn this morning they started to focus very intensely on this one house and this one car in front of the house, and there was a whole flurry of activity for about two hours, and then came the word that no this is not related to the suspect. that maybe it is related to a witness or somebody the suspect may have known. but a lot of activity in the area, but it doesn't appear they have anything particularly they can focus on. so for all of the police and police scanners that say we think we have got him, or we think he is cornered. they don't know what corner he is in,
to travel stress free. >> reporter: a terror attack can make traveling more stressful. sl it's normal for people to feel anxiety. just the visibility of security at the airports is enough to get people a little bit more anxious, a little more concerned at airports and really at any crowded event or situation. >> reporter: large crowds often can't be avoided when traveling, but wherever you are, pay attention. >> knowing the exits, knowing where security personnel are stati stationed. just the layout of where you're headed can help ease worries and concerns if you're in the midst of a crowded space. >> while you remain aware, a b tablet or a good book can also help you escape any anxious thoughts. >> packing your patience is priority one. be prepared for security being a little more of a time-staking experience as well. state of mind is key here. the more flexible we are and the more relaxed we are as we head into travel experience the better the overall trip is going to be. >> so air travelers problems may not go away immediately because of the misspelling in the bill to end air tra
they take in. so to the extent the sl country -- >> it's a good bet, right? >> some time over the course of the next three to six months we could see a pullback of 5% to 10%. they said the dividend is going to increase. the buyback is going to increase. not enough. not enough. apple is becoming the jcpenney of tech. they hope everything is key on joe fresh apple. hewlett-packard, there's hope. in the command center, younger people laugh at me. why do you carry that typewriter around with you, dad? i look at this and i think dinosaur. >> we take a small section of this company $100 million in revenue and naz doek sold it for $1.32 billion. everyone understands this company is widely more valuable than yesterday. >> we're close to the u.s. market. and i think we could very well have a crash the summer on ward. >>> good tuesday morning. we're live with a check on the market rates. the dow up 103 points almost. europe is back to work this morning. we'll keep an eye hon that. s&p 500 up at 10. that record once is 1576 and the nasdaq up 26 points as well. shares of ford spiking after the auto
. at the back and at a l.l. -- at s.l, i watch my reporter' one of them is in the room today. it is a cat and paste job, right? you're constantly cutting and pasting into twitter and facebook and interest and suddenly, you have gone down the vortexes of social media hal. hell. what i'm trying to do is to drive our content management to be able to publish immediately from it, not as an automatic feed. although some of my grand do that where they just turn on twitter automatically. every time we publish something to a site, it goes up on twitter. that might be ok for some sites or completely terrible for others. do is buildrying to a dashboard where my writers can go in and tweet exactly the facebook message, the interests, the fourth square, the tumbler, whenever it is. social media has evolved from five years ago, how do i get on facebook, what do i use it for? into howas evolved many followers i can get, how i can get my message out. and the amplification that you can see from a social media network that you do every single day, every single our, every single minute is amazing. are you h
important we think we are that any one of us thinks our sl liy is more important than the safety of our children, that we cannot have the courage to take a vote. as police chiefs have said to us and gaby giffords reiterated today in her up-and, fear, your foot afraid of the gun lobby? how about the fear of the children who had to face that violence in the classroom? it is disappointing, but again, it is going to energize the effort said that more attention, even more attention isd the chn congress. and who are on the side of the safety of our children and their homes and their schools and their neighborhoods and their communities. any questions? considering how none of these amendments have passed but gives you an idea that this will go anywhere in the house? folks who had a vote on this understood that there is a passionate majority in their state that is for this. i saw that fear right before leaving last weekend to go back to our districts. i asked a california colleague of mine to sign on as an original co-sponsor, we were doing one democrat, when republican. i asked a republican c
and the -- not that and sl going to be red hot again, but if samsung is not so sainted that does reflect well on apple. >> all right. let's get to bob pisani watching what else is moving. morning, bob. >> happy thursday morning. the main trend continues for earnings. we're about 40% through the quarter here. revenue shortfalls. you look at 3m. revenue shortfall. trading down. revlon. notable revlon shortfall trading down. stanley works. otherwise good report but short on revenues. that stock is also trading down. that's been the major problem here so far. why are we having this problem? well, the biggest concern is europe. look at 3m. look what happened. so we had u.s. sales up about 2.3%. europe, middle east, africa, sales down, 0.8%. company after company now -- i follow the big multi-national industrials. that's what you want to watch for the global outlook. that's where their primary problem is occurring. so top line growth is a problem. europe is the specific issue. it is even weak in the united states. i'll give you an example. they were expecting numbers of 1% to 2% up in europe. most of of the
credit. i amabsolutely petrified of a sl slice of their citizenry. 94% of north dakota and said everythingto look at in the health-care system, the drug costs, but everywhere, not just hitting you guys. >> the pharmaceutical companies have been making too much money. >> everybody has to share in this. campaigned all around his >> peter, you have some questions frnce? aarp what heard from we cannot do to adjust currently receiving benefits, so what do they believe is a solution to the pension, health, and social security problems we have now? >> do we have two hours? the major focus is on health care system and on everyg in the health-care the reforms that we can make using medicare as part of that system. there is a tremendous we can do and hundreds of billions if not trillions of dollars were medicaid can be made more efficient, and at the same time, make the health care system more efficient. could notwalmart they negotiate for the price of tide with procter and gamble, that is the same thing that we do with medicare. there are things that we could do to slow down the cost cur
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